Sunday, April 06, 2008

Fulfilling my photos-of-raggedy-ass-houses quota. Note, its roof-full-of-Cat's-Claw is in bloom. Most of the year, Cat's Claw is just a scrabbling, pervasive, but barely noticed weed-vine, but for several weeks in Spring, it blossoms, and all the crumbling, shag-topped houses burst forth in vivid cascades of yellow flowers.

1 comment:

  1. I was just wondering on Monday what that plant was called, as I noticed about 6 houses in my neighborhood that were suddenly "in bloom" with yellow flowers. Synchronicity.